As a busy entrepreneur you're probably going non-stop all day, but that doesn't mean your energy levels keep pace with your to-do list. Despite a consistently packed calendar from when the alarm rings in the morning to when we shut out the light at night, many busy professionals veer wildly from a post-coffee 11am energy buzz to a near catatonic post-lunch lull in the afternoon. This can't be good for your productivity, but what's to be done about it? Afternoon napping has been suggested by many and seems to align well with humans' natural circadian rhythms, but if your customers or your kids make that option untenable, are their other possibilities for dealing with your daily energy rollercoaster? On blog Dumb Little Man recently, nurse and nutritional health counselor Penny Klatell suggested busy professionals consider eating themselves to more consistent energy levels . "Food is both the culprit and the treatment for a big part of our lack of energy, muddled thinking, … [Read more...] about How to Eat for All-Day Energy
PELOSI’S JAN 6 PRIMETIME SPECTACULAR BEGINS THIS WEEK… FORMER ABC NEWS PRESIDENT JOINS CAMPAIGN… AXIOS : Scoop: Jan. 6 committee’s secret adviser The House’s Jan. 6 committee has turned to a renowned former network news executive to hone a mountain of explosive material into a captivating multimedia presentation for a prime-time hearing Thursday. James Goldston — former president of ABC News, and a master documentary storyteller who ran “Good Morning America” and “Nightline” — has joined the committee as an unannounced adviser, Axios has learned. […] I’m told Goldston is busily producing Thursday’s 8 p.m. ET hearing as if it were a blockbuster investigative special. MORE … NETWORKS PLAN TO INTERRUPT PROGRAMMING TO TAKE IT LIVE… At least two of the broadcast networks will interrupt evening programming for live coverage anchored by ABC’s David Muir and CBS’ Norah O’Donnell. NBC will announce plans soon. MORE… DEM CONGRESSMAN WANTS JAN 6 COMMITTEE TO PUSH … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Pelosi’s Jan 6 Primetime Spectacular Kicks Off This Week
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Almost everyone who grew up in the United States after the end of World War II understood that an indicator of economic success if not the indicator was owning “your own home.” Homeownership attained mythic status representing not just climbing a rung up an economic ladder but a social and psychological one; owning a home meant being a full member of society. But is it really a good idea? While there are real, measurable economic gains that can be attributed to owning a home – or rather borrowing for one – has it had deleterious effects? Is it time to ask this question more seriously along with the essential one: “Is there an alternative and do we even need one?” A film by The Economist a couple years ago sets the stage for this conversation. The film’s title, “How an obsession with home ownership can ruin the economy,” might overstate the case just a bit, but it lays out in 12 minutes some of the most compelling challenges … [Read more...] about Is Home Ownership Still A Good Idea?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Anxiety is an emotion we’ve all felt – the uneasiness, the restlessness, and the non-stop overthinking. The truth is, as any psychologist will tell you, anxiety is not inherently a bad thing. In fact, it is a response your mind and body create to adapt to situations that could be threatening. There is a point, however, when this response can start to work against you. How do you know when your anxiety is crippling you instead of helping you? While the best option is to see a licensed mental health practitioner, it is also helpful to educate yourself on these three signs that might point to serious anxiety. #1. Your anxiety doesn’t go down with the sun A high level of anxiety throughout the day that does not taper by the evening is a cause for concern. According to a recent study , for most anxious people, worrying typically abates by day’s end. But this is not the case for people who have higher levels of … [Read more...] about Who Is In Control, You Or Your Anxiety?